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Today's Features

  • From left, State Rep. Jimmie Lee, Hardin County Democratic Woman’s Club President Julie Smith and State Sen. Dennis Parret speak at a recent club meeting.

  • Peggy Jo Hartley, conservation chairwoman for the Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown, presents a check on behalf of the club to Allan Rucker, president of Greenspace in front of Greenspace Headquarters at Freeman Lake Park.

  • On Nov. 26, more than 40 Lions Club members gathered at Feeding America, Kentucky’s Heartland to donate both their time and treasure. What began as a friendly competition between Elizabethtown Lions Club and North Hardin Lions Club, quickly turned into a zone-wide event. All five of the region 2 zone 1 member clubs were invited to participate in the month-long fundraising campaign to see which club could raise the most money and/or BackPack food items.

  • It’s only 15 days until Christmas and if you are like me, you are trying to think of the right gift for someone on your list.

    A cookbook might be the answer and I have a couple suggestions. I love cookbooks; I can sit down and read one like a novel. Just within the last month, I’ve added two new cookbooks to my collection.

  • The holiday season brings with it many joys and challenges. It is supposed to be the time when families gather and share in the cheer of the season. There are many ways to celebrate during the holiday season and each of them has its own special heritage and meaning for the participants. Many share gifts as part of the season.

  • Not many can say they helped man set foot on the moon. Edwin Snyder is a local man who can make that claim.

    Snyder, of Rineyville, worked for more than 20 years with IBM, which led to working seven years with NASA during the 1960s and the Saturn Apollo phase of the space program.

    He was there when Apollo 11 and Neil Armstrong landed on the moon.

    “It was tremendous and I felt really blessed that the Lord allowed me to be a part of it,” said Snyder, 85.

  • Cecilia

    Irene Dodson, 270-862-3808

    It seems the Christmas shopping season started off exceedingly well, with the amount of sales reported for the Black Friday so-called bargains. Tempting additions to those plastic cards, more than many could afford, for with today’s prices one can create an enormous bill very quickly. I use mine as a convenience and sometimes as a safety measure. But I always make sure I can pay off the bill when I receive it. I don’t wish to pay those credit card interest rates.

  • Howevalley

    Andrea Sherrard Gilpin, 270- 735-7845

    KENTUCKY WEATHER.By the time you read this our weather might have turned drastically cold. So bundle up your kids at the bus stops and get out your gloves, scarves and hats. Stay warm.

    CHECK UP.Chloe went to Dr. Saifullah for her 6 month check up. She got four shots, which I think hurts mommy and daddy more. She weighs 15½ pounds and is growing right on schedule.She also has two teeth now.

  • White Mills

    Terri Spencer, 270-862-4604

    Well, Thanksgiving has come and gone. I ate way too much and thoroughly enjoyed getting to be with my in-laws early and my family later in the day. The weather was not nearly as bad as was feared and I spent a wonderful weekend shopping with my family. The older I get, the more thankful that I am for the time that I get to spend with family. I hope all of you also had a wonderful Thanksgiving.